Inside The NBA

Shaq's colleague Charles Barkley compared the duo of Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid to O'Neal and the late, great Kobe Bryant, but the Big Petty silently balked after Chuck made the statement.

The television crew of Barkley, Kenny "The Jet" Smith, and Shaquille O'Neal dealt with Durant's icy demeanor as only they can.

Charles Barkley was due to say something insanely dumb, and he didn't disappoint on Thursday night (Sept.24), and he had Shaq to co-sign his headassery.

Following the Milwaukee Bucks decision to boycott their playoff game on Wednesday night (Aug.26), it triggered a snowball effect of protests and reactions.

Shaquille O’Neal has long been seen as one of the NBA’s most personable figures and isn’t above becoming a punchline himself. Singing himself to be a Shaqtin’ A Fool candidate, the Big Aristotle lost a bet to a former Miami Heat teammate and had to show off a new, if struggling, hairline.

For the most part you either hate or love Charles Barkley. This week he got in a lot of people’s good graces with a great roast of the gay Tupac.

Charles Barkley is a retired NBA basketball player and on-air personality with Inside The NBA, so it’s clear that he won’t be confused for a political analyst. That didn’t stop parent company Turner from having the outspoken Barkley talk politics, in which he slammed GOP hopeful Donald Trump and CNN, which is hosting the next […]

Kenny Smith is easily the x-factor and most sensible bridge between basketball IQ and Hip-Hop culture on the award-winning Inside the NBA.

Kenny “The Jet” Smith, a NBA Champion and member of sports television’s best four-man ensemble, Inside The NBA, may have a new superstar in the family. His daughter Kayla Briana’s monstrous voice is rumored to have her in talks with Birdman’s Rich Gang.

While making her promotional rounds for The Pinkprint, Nicki Minaj stopped by TNT’s Inside the NBA, where she gifted fans with a few stellar bars off the dome.

Inside The NBA put basketball on the back burner for the first 10 minutes of Thursday night’s show (December 4), taking a moment to join the discussions on race happening across the United States.